Today, I have been dreading my glucose test! You know, the test (screening for gestational diabetes) where they make hungry little pregnant girls fast for 12 hours and THEN make them drink a nasty, super-sugary fluorescent colored beverage, and THEN wait for 45 minutes (just long enough to make them feel totally sick and light-headed and sort of like they want to die) and THEN stick a needle in them and take out a bunch of their blood? You know, that test. Well, it's first thing tomorrow morning. Boo. And it gets worse. The flavor they gave me? Fruit Punch. Ew and double ew. Somebody at the doctor's office has it in for me...I just know it. Wish me luck!
ROCIO, BORDER OF MEXICO
I am celebrating my "First Bloggy Anniversary"***yeey*** There is a Party at my blog(link http://www.mamipicture.com) Today and I am giving away a photoshop elements 8 program!
Proof positive that "April showers DO bring May flowers"...!
In the park. I enjoyed fresh air.
Tonight we played with the neighbors in the evening light. I am SO lucky because we have the cutest kids in our neighborhood :) They hate the camera but you know me, I relentlessly pursue them until I wear them down :)
Today I'm organizing pictures from our trip and trying to make an album. For some reason, when I'm snapping thousands of shots I never think about how much WORK it will be to sort through them all later. Wish me luck!
CORNELIA, SOUTH AFRICA
One of Mr C and my favourite dates...McFlurry's at the local McDonalds!
BUCKEROOMAMA, HONG KONG
This is the part of Stanley Beach from where dragon boat racers, windsurfers, kayak-ers, etc. take off. The group of guys in a circle formation on the right are doing their warm-ups before dragon boat practice. The long boats that you see are the dragon boats. Practice is in high gear now that the Dragon Boat Race is coming up in about a month's time.
SONYA, THE NETHERLANDS
Today I went to the Keukenhof. It's a world famous flower garden in The Netherlands.
CAROLINE, ENGLAND (UK)
I am making the most of the Damson Blossom ~ it's nearly all gone now.